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Photographic Atlas Developmental Biology

Photographic Atlas Developmental Biology - 05 edition

Photographic Atlas Developmental Biology - 05 edition

ISBN13: 9780895826299

ISBN10: 0895826291

Photographic Atlas Developmental Biology by NA - ISBN 9780895826299
Edition: 05
Copyright: 2005
Publisher: Morton Publishing Co.
Published:
International: No
Photographic Atlas Developmental Biology by NA - ISBN 9780895826299

ISBN13: 9780895826299

ISBN10: 0895826291

Edition: 05
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Summary

This comprehensive, full-color atlas is designed for all students taking courses in Developmental Biology, Embryology, Animal Development and other similarly themed courses.

Students only equipped with diagrams or black-and-white photographs can become discouraged because black-and-white photos do not match what they see under the microscope. A Photographic Atlas of Developmental Biology is intended to aid students and faculty in their study of developmental biology by being a full-color guide to the embryo. This is the first full-color atlas of developmental biology with multiple model organisms designed for use in college courses at all levels. This comprehensive book provides a clear and detailed synopsis of the anatomical structures of developmental model organisms so that students can then reach a deeper understanding of development. A wide diversity of animal models at multiple developmental stages are displayed in the book to allow students to find the exact organism they are studying in class.

Rather than taking an approach which focuses on the organism, this atlas is designed to focus on a developmental process (e.g., Gastrulation) which is illustrated with several model species that students may encounter in their studies of developmental biology. The difference with this approach is that the student gets a clearer view of each process and its variations. Although most teaching laboratories do not have access to human material, Chapter 13 was included so that students can see for themselves how similar (or different) human organogenesis is compared to other animal models.

This atlas is equally valuable as a stand-alone product or as an accompanying book to whichever textbook or laboratory manual you use in your course. All student copies of the atlas are three-hole drilled and loose-leaf for ease of use in a laboratory setting. Order your review copy today!

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1: Introduction
2: Microscopy
3: Spermatogenesis
4: Oogenesis
5: Fertilization
6: Cleavage
7: Gastrulation
8: Neurulation
9: Introduction to Organogenesis
10: Amphibian Organogenesis
11: Avian Organogenesis
12: Porcine Organogenesis
13: Human Organogenesis